Ensure Safe Drinking Water
Jul 06 2021
Meet regulations with ultra-sensitive water analysis
Clean and safe drinking water is essential for everyone on our planet. Testing drinking water sources to ensure they comply with applicable regulations, including the Safe Drinking Water Act, is vital.
Safe Drinking Water Act & Clean Water Act – What is it?
The Safe Drinking Water Act reflects the primary drinking water regulation. Drinking water here means finished drinking water from the plant and the distribution lines. Have your documentation and reporting ready to satisfy auditors of adequate quality control and product suitability.
The analysis of drinking water and beverages typically require high sensitivity tests. Using a spectrophotometer provides accurate and fast results. Spectrophotometry can be used for a broad range of applications including measurement of specific chemical levels through to process monitoring for drinking water and beverages.
Have confidence in your drinking water test results with the Spectroquant® Prove Spectrophotometer
Guarantee your spectrophotometric testing methods are compliant with USEPA and other national regulations when analysing drinking water for contaminants. We provide test kits for ammonium, chlorine, COD, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, sulfate, and more, that are confirmed to be equivalent to USEPA methods and provide comparable results. On our web page, under products, you can filter for the analyte suitability and choose from the broad list of parameters the one that fits your needs.
To learn more how to perform the photometric analyses of drinking water parameters in very sensitive ranges, our articles are available online:
- Measuring Chemical Oxygen Demand in Water Treatment Facilities
- An Easier, Faster, and Cost-Effective Option for Measuring Total Nitrogen
- Sensitive Determination of Iron in Drinking Water, Mineral Water, Groundwater, and Spring Water Using Rapid Photometric Tests
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